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Old 02-20-2018, 04:58 AM
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Is Australia an immigrantís nightmare?

Not at all. International students should not think that the whole purpose of their coming to Australia is for migration and Australian government has an obligation to give them permission to live here. They are able to only stay if they meet the criteria for staying here. Otherwise, they are of course free to go back after their studies.

Problems with many migrants are their inability or, in most cases, unwillingness to adapt to the new place. They bring all their problems (ethnic, religious etc) with them and try to do the same things that led to them leaving their contry of origin in the first place.

Enjoy the Australian environment, people, beer and the life style this country offers. This is a country where a woman as well as a man can walk to a pub and enjoy a beer or a glass of wine with her friends without being looked down upon or without being heckled, unlike some south East Asian countries. These are the qualities that I liked. They can do the same in their work/office gatherings too.

If Australia is a nightmare for migrants, why are so many people trying to come here, in some cases risking many things?. If people don't like it here, they always have the option to go back. No one is going to stop that.

This is a fantastic country to me where my children can grow to be useful and contributing citizens and they have plenty of opportunities available to do that here. They can study, learn a trade, run a business whatever, obeying the laws of the land. I don't want to live anywhere else but here.

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